Vote for the top Israel story of 2011

Shortlist: Price-tag, Gilad Schalit's release, nationwide protests, terror on border, Israeli Nobel Prize winner.

By ELIEZER SHERMAN
December 26, 2011 17:33

Nobel Prize Laureate Dan Shechtman 311 (R). (photo credit: REUTERS/Baz Ratner)

 
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Every year in Israel is sure to bring unforeseen surprises and difficult challenges. The year 2011 was no different. The people of Israel experienced events that brought honor and joy and others that stood in stark contrast as a reminder of the challenges of the region.



From the series of price-tag attacks by right-wing activists, the historic release of kidnapped soldier Gilad Schalit, the people of Israel speak out, a multi-stage terror attack on Israel's border with Sinai to Israel's 10th Nobel laureate, Prof. Dan Shechtman. This was quite a year. Which stories had the biggest impact on you in 2011?

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